A Taste of Amsterdam at Twilight

A Taste of Amsterdam at Twilight

A Taste of Amsterdam at Twilight Guide

When the sun goes down in Amsterdam, the culinary adventures are just beginning. This city has always been a place of migration, refuge and trade, leading to a diverse mix of cultures and influences. Embark on an evening odyssey for a taste of this unique city, from traditional farmers’ markets to ultra-hip restaurants. Taste local and international dishes, toast with specialty beer, wine, cocktails and gin, and listen to enthralling tales of Dutch history.

Iranian owner Amir has been perfecting his hummus recipe for 20 years. Taste his mango, smoked lemon and Persian spice varieties and you’ll fall in love.

Address: Ten Katemarkt


Sip a creative G&T creation, topped with elegant botanical garnishes and fresh herbs. The cocktails here change every week and are always Instagram-worthy.

Address: Foodhallen, Bellamyplein 51

Bitterballen (fried breaded meatballs) is a classic Dutch beer snack, but Michelin-starred chef Peter Gast adds a modern twist by adding truffle or Amsterdam Old Cheese and spinach.

Address: Foodhallen, Bellamyplein 51

This tiny family-owned Surinam shopmakes fresh Surinam baras daily with their homemade mango chutney… spicy and ooooh so delicious

Address: Ten Katestraat 36, 1053 CG

A trip to Paris inspired Meike Schaling to create this charming patisserie with her husband. The selection of artful mini-cakes is dazzling and they are as delectable as they look.

Address: Haarlemmerstraat 80


Taste the rich, slow-cooked flavours of several different vegetarian dishes created by chef Simo Bouabgha, who learned to cook from his Moroccan grandmother.

Address: Witte de Withstraat 10


Share an assortment of spicy, fragrant Indonesian dishes in this modern restaurant, along with some of the best cocktails in town.

Address: Kinkerstraat 53AIII